Support

The LearnIT2Teach team will be happy to provide support to the Instructors that engage in the professional development we are providing. For more information or to book a training session please email support@learnit2teach.ca

Teachers enrolled in our training can contact their mentor to get assistance or to help answer any questions they have while working with the courseware or in the training. Teachers working in IRCC funded courses from across Canada can use the online chat module to get instant help when we are online. You can also use the chat widget to contact us after hours by sending us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. May of the questions teachers have about making changes in their courseware can be found online here.


Remote Support

Lab settings

The training is recommended to take place in a lab that meets the following specifications: Broadband internet access Windows XP or later; or Mac OS X (v. 10.5) Browsers: Windows: Firefox 3.5.5/ Macintosh: Safari 4.0.3 Screen resolution: 1024 X 768 (or higher) QuickTime Player plug-in (version 7 or higher) [please disable check for update automatically] …

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Browser Test Page

The following three things should help you identify any issues you might have that would give you problems having the best possible experience using the courseware. 1. Check to see if you have the QuickTime plugin  installed for the listening exercises please check this page. 2. To check to see if you have the latest …

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Mentors Only

Mentors Forms Courseware request form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jBNIURhrGaeIDNvJekZvcoSs03u4fGo3vois2pMlpPg/ User account request form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1G1RN6ynpPn5W6ATF9bUEm1iLJvyIioqqvBm-sdFoTzg/

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Moodle 3.1 Stage 2

Getting Started 01 Managing Your Student Accounts 02 Showing and Hiding a Course 03 Turning Course Editing On and Off 04 Editing Icons 05 Showing and Hiding Course Content 06 Viewing a Course as a Student 07 Posting in the News Forum 08 Introducing the Course Help Block Course Management 01 Managing the Course Blocks …

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Moodle 3.1 Stage 3

Support for Stage 3 of Moodle 3.1 Course Management 01 Using Reports 02 Viewing Details about Course Participants 03 Setting up and Using Completion Tracking 04 Setting up and Using Conditional Release 05 Organizing Learner Using Groups 06 Adding and Removing Learner Accounts Enhancing Course Interactivity and Content with Blocks 01 Overview of Blocks 02 …

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Moodle More Help

More PDF help files. Change Maximum file upload settings Customizing the Teacher’s Gradebook View Displaying User reports for individual students Forum– How to record audio How to add the LINC2 multimedia glossary How to Hide the Unenroll me from this Course link NanoGong-Setting up a Windows-7 Computer edulinc Quiz Essay questions grade simultaneously Removing access …

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Add an HTML Block

Add an HTML block to your course In this example, we will add a link to an employment assistance resource for teachers “Settlement at Work” block to your course. 1.Surf to your course 2.Click on the “Turn editing on” button •Look for the “Blocks” block 3.Click on “Add..” option 4.Select “HTML” • The new block …

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Administrators

Administrator’s Manual Administrator Presentation TESL Ontario 2011 International Society for Technology in Education Standards for: Students Teachers Administrators

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Concept videos

Learning Management System (LMS) LINC Learning objects Learning objects Learning object repository Social networking Technology in Education

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Disable your Pop-up Blocker

Control your Pop Ups These are some steps you can take to disable pop-up blockers in some of the more popular web browsers and toolbars. The following browsers/toolbars are included:  Internet Explorer  Safari  Mozilla Firefox Internet Explorer 1. Select Tools > Pop-up Blocker > Turn Off Pop-up Blocker from the top navigation …

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Enabling Cookies

How do I change Cookie settings? FireFox, note: Cookies are enabled by default in Firefox. To check or change your settings: On the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select Preferences… Select the Privacy panel. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history. Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable Cookies, …

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